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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1915)
T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY. OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915.
PER YEAR $1.50
STATE INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
liquidating committee a chance to
liquidate other of the Smith timber
The unsecured cieditors are co-' Compiled by Stale Bureau of
Industrie* and Statistics
oper. ting and a large number have
already accepted one year notes
Ashland is binding a park boule
The plan, however, has not yet been
d e c l a r e d operative.— Marshfield
Hood River is promoting a swim
A Paper for all Hands
A cannery is in prospect for
In every family where The
Marshfield will have another
Youth's Companion is taken it is
read by everybody. The late Justice bank by May 1.
Brewer of the United States Supreme
Archie Mason will erect a paving
Court used to say that if he could plant at Eugene.
only lake one paper it would be
Eugene people have voted to
the Youth’s Companion— "a little
of everything in a nutshell and un build a new city hall.
biased." justice Brewer had some
Jordan— A dramatic hall 36 by 72
of the best brains in the conntry, .eet is being built here.
and he kept them in fine condition
Whitney— Stoddard l o g g i n g
partly by reading the Youth’s Com
panion. One never needs to un camp starts operations.
learn what he reads in the Youth’s
Glendale is promoting a fruit-dry
Companion. It does not fill the
and canning plant.
mind with knowlege that is hind
side to. But that is not all there is
Linnton— Clark-Wilson Lumber
to the Youth’s Companion. If you Co. erects a warehouse
want solid enjoyment, read some of
A new postoffice station will be
the yarns about Caleb Peaslee that
will appear every little while; read established at "Nolog.”
C. A Stephens’ stories of the good
Allegauy— Telephone l i n e to
old times down in Maine; read J. Loon Lake will be built.
W. Schultz’s stories of the far-off
Klamath Falls— Desmond & Co.’s
days when he was a boy among the
Blackfeet who had adopted him. meat plant is to be enla ged.
The Youth’s Companion is $2.00 a
Orenco votes April 20. on bond
year—52 weekly issues. If you
want to know more about the paper issue for a new public school.
before subscribing, let us send you
England going “ war-dry” will
some sample copies.
boost Oregon loganberry juice.
T H E Y O U T H ’S COMPANION
Portland— Irvington is to have an
142 Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass.
New subscriptions Received at $80,000 community club house.
Albany— C O. Anderson will be
gin the manufacture of jewelry.
Friends of the Forest
Orleans— The Oregon Electtic
will build a station at this point.
Portland, April 22— State school
Astoria bas voted down an ordin
authorities throughout Oregon are
cooperating with the State Board ance creating plumbing inspector
Baker— The White Pine Co. has
of Forestry and Oregou Forest Fire
Association in carrying forest fire resumed opeiations with 160 men.
lessons to public school pupils be
Dallas is to build a pipeliue eight
nights in W . 0 . W. Hall.
to Slab Creek for a water sup
A nnie B urkholubr , G.N.
Over seventy thousand little book ply.
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
Gorgas has been asked to go to i
lets are being distributed containing
T?ARM ERS UNION.— Regular meet- Serbia to stamp out typhoid Gorgas
Elmira— Farmers w i l l reclaim
r ings second and fourth Saturdays in
a story entitled "The Friends of several hundred acres with drainage
went to Cuba; when he left yellow |
eacli month in W. O. W. Hall.
the Forest” witteu by E. T. Allen, canal.
F rank B urkholder , Pres. fever and other scourges of conta-1
0 . A. M intonyb , Sec.
which weaves into attractive story
gion, had been driven out Gorgas 1
Fossil— May 5, bids opened on
form, with a boy and squirrel as
<K \ I'KKSAl. AID N o . 398, meets the wen to Panama and he converted a
and bridges to Cottonwood
second and fourth Thursdays each
heroes, the age-old prevalence of
country in which the French work
month at W. O. W , Hall.
fire iu these states, the struggles of
M bs . C iiab . E vland , Pres.
men had died bv the tens of thous- j
Portland Railway Light & Pow
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the trees for sel(-preservation and
ands ii t i a health resort. Gorgas
er Co. pays one sixth tax of Clack
Educational Organizations and Clubs lives quietly in Washington, and is
our forest resources.
P h o t o by A m e r i c a n P r e s s A s s o c i a t i o n .
OMAN'S Study Club. —Meets 2:30 a major in the United States army. |
The Parent-Teachers Association
p. m. at city library every second It seems inconguous that Gorgas
is boosting the building of cottages
and fourth Monday.
should be an army officer, since he rate with the size of the job to be Baker, Grant, Wheeler, Crook, | TRIBUTE C A P I T A L FOR BIG
H arriet A. L onoston , Pres.
F rances E. E pperson , Sec.
has saved more lives in a genera undertaken, and Mr. EaVigne will Malheur, Harney, Lake and Kla- GER B A N K B A L A N C E S ” is a
Some farmers seem to think that
Enterprise— May 1, Eastern Ore
r r O Q U I L L E E D U C A T I O N A L tion than all the United States bid the Federal Trade Commission j math.
slogan that has been adopted by the the little butterfat which is left in
gon Lumber Co. starts building 2-
O LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the attny and navy have killed. He is
adieu as soon as his reports are in
District No. 2 Counties of Clat- First National Bank of St. Paul In the skim milk and goes to the cal
High School Building during the school
year for the purpose ol discussing edu not as famous as the major generals shape, simply because Uncle Sam sop, Columbia, Tillamook, Wash its laudable efforts to aid in the
ves or pigs is not wasted, but they
The Medford-Grants Pass auto
and the admirals who have left a pays a scale of wages instead ol a ington, Multnomah, Clackamas, development of corn raising in the
B ihdir S kkkls , Pies.
do not stop to consider that they are line starts operations about the mid
trail of blood as the story of their rate commensurate with the task Yamhill, Polk, Marion, Lincoln, states named, and. this show is a
E dna H aklocker , Sec.
wasting food that is worth 30 cents
Gorgas received involved. The Tribune has nailed Benton, Linn, Douglas, Coos, Curry part of the extensive live stock j a pound, or $600 a ton. II any one dle ot of April.
O K EEL KLUB—A business men's achievements.
social organization. Hall in Laird s this offer from the
Rockefeller the slogan at its head, "the truth, Josephine, Jackson and Lane.
The Western Union Tel. Co. is
raising campaign that has been out-, offered ,0 se]j them calf feed at that
building, Second street.
substations on the Oregon
L J. C ary , l’ res-
in news, in editorials, in advertis
lined by Mr. James J. Hill. Realiz- prjce they would laugh at him; but
W. C. E ndicott , Sec.
this assignment, which stipulates ing.” It will assail fictitious bar will be the largest exclusive corn | ingthe necessity for corn to the | that is actUally what the butterfat Electric system.
/CO M M ERCIA L CLUB— L eo J. C ary that in case of his death his family gain sales and the men who make show ever held in the Northwest.
The State University takes the
growing of the live stock industry they are losing with either cheap
O President; L. H. II a Z abd ..Secretary will be cared (or by the trustees.
them, it will go after manufacturers A total of 120 attractive loving cups of the Northwest it has been decid- separators or without the use of law school to Eugene and gets a
Oh. Gorgas— how wonderful are who claim merits for their goods will be offered as prizes at the show. I
will ed to make corn growing one of the separators,is actually worth in hard
thy works! Has ever another man that they do not possess, and it will Thirty
The new sawmill on the line of
RAINS -Leave, south bound 8:10 a
m. and 2:40 p. m. North bound in hundreds of years wrought such make them modify their claims the be offered as first prizes to larmers features ol the campaign
the municipal railway out of Grants
9:20 a. m. and 4:26 p. m.
_____ _ _ wondrous achievements in the in
same as the patent medicine manu
Pass has started operations.
OATS— Six boats plying on the Co terests ot humanity?
facturers were compelled to do after Telephone Company
The Willamette Pacific has let s
quille river afford ample accommo
Samuel Hopkins Adams opened his
T H E G E R M A N W A R SHIPS
dation lor carrying freight and passen
Begin Paying Off
lor 300,000 feet of piling to
By Peter Radlord
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats
Reed, of Gardiner.
When the German cruiser Prinz guns on these fakirs through the
eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :20 and 9 :50 a. m.
Lecturar National Farmery’ Union.
and at l :00, 3 :30 and 4 ;45 p. ir..________ Eitel dropDed in at Newport News Ladies Homes Journal. Adams is
Salem, April 21— The Coos and
Chicago, April 2t— Progress is
The Corvallis Commercial Club
Cheap money will solve many of
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De a few weeks ago, she was a most doing this same class of writing for Curry Telephone company filed bd being made in the plans for reorgan-
is working fot a gas plant, railroad,
parts 5:30 p. m. for Roseburg via
the Tribune, and Mr. LaVigne will application with the state railroad izing the C- A Smith Timber Com the farmers’ problems
and county park and good
Myrtle Point,carrying the United Slates
There is not enough of the com-
mail and pasengers.
_____ ___ second ship,the Kronprinz Wilhelm, j w0lk with him in establishing what commission for an order permitting pany. There has been sold 38,000
acres of the Linn and Lane timber “ unity spirit among our rural dis-
OSTOFFICE.— A. F. Llnegar, l>oet- also sought safety first at the same j a r e , h e t/ u,hs’ a n d , h e u n t r u , h s in an increase ot rates at Coquille city.
Albany Herald; The Willamette
lnaster. The mails close aB lollows: port, Washington nearly "threw a | advertising. The New \ ork paper The raise on business telephones property in Oregon and $50,000 of|tr,cts‘
vallev should be selling -the world
Myrtle Point 7:40 a.m . 5:20, 2:35 p.m.
will be 50 cents and on residence the $1,350,000 first 6 months of
Success in farming depends large- canned goods instead of buying
Marshfield 9:06 a. m. and 4:15 p. m. fit.’’ Newport news is less than a Proposes to put into actual operation
igio ’s of that company have been ly upon proper marketing methods,
Bandon, way points, 8:45 a m. Norway hundred miles from Washington, ! ,he PrinciPle that all its advents,ng telephones 25 cents a month.
and Aragpl2:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20
m, : must be the truth It is big enough,
The increase is asked because of paid by the C. A. Smith Timber cheap money and co-operation.
p. in. Eastern mail arrives 7 :30 a. m. and it is the nearest seaport.
Grants Pass— Twohy Bros, have
Something is wrong in our mar-
River from that point to i | and strong
6 to enforce its the intention of the company to in Company, and the balance, ($1,300,-
contract to complete the railroad
City and County Officers
Washington is navigable and the ru'e' and ,*3e e*Pectancy is that stall a common battery system in 000) assumed by the purchaser of keting system when a small crop to Crescent City, Calif. To cost
stead of the one now in use, as de the property (the Continental Tim brings more money than a bounti-
M a yor................................A. T. Morrison presence of the warship ol a nation
R ecorder.......................... J . 8. Lawrence
at war in such close proximity to ! wil1 sPtead over lhe whole coun,ry sired by patrons. About 150 tenters ber Land Company) who also paid ful one.
Treasurer.............................. IF H. Mast
For the ten months ending April
Engineer ......................P. M. Hall-Lewis our national capital is not intended It cannot help bringing immense of the cotnpani phones have signed in $200,000, which has been used
Co-operation between practical
Eugene shows $439,088 building
............ ................ A. P. Miller
to settle some ot the funded obliga farmers and proficient business men
Night Marshal................Oscar WicKham to arouse any particular entbusiam
record, as against $284,924 for the
Water Superintendent ...8. V. Epperson in the neutrality policy that ts be- j l e a d e r s h a v e e v e r y t h i n g f i x e d | petitions accompanied the applica tions.
will eliminate ignorance and preju
Fire Ohiet.............................. W. C. Chase
The liquidating committee is get dice.
In the period between the second tions.
Councilmen—Jesse Byers, C. T. 8keels ing directed from the White House.
Dr. E E. Straw, for eight years
ting the noteholders of the C. A. I The highest duty of state and fed
C. I. Kime, Ned C.Kelley, W . H. Ly It may be just a coincidence, but | and third year of every presidential
ons, O. O. Sanford. Regular meetings
of Marshfield, has been pre
eral governments is to place agri
first and third Mondays each month. the Atlantic fleet dropped into term, the party leaders "figure it
Hampton Roads just ahead of the out” just what is going to happen Coos & Curry Telephone company to take new bonds for the overdue cultural education within the reach sented with a fine new residence as
an appreciation ot his service in
It was just at Coquille and represents 86 per notes and others maturing in July. ' ol all.
.Ned C. Kelley second German boat, and while in the next campaign
of a monument after he is
tbeie are cruises in sight for our about four years ago that the "big
County Judge .............. James Watson
If the increase is allowed the com notes due in July, 1915, and $602,- 1 The farmer cannot lie helped un dead.
Commissioners —W. T. Dement, Geo. J.
til he organizes, and the Govern-
ihat a unmber of American boats Taft would be renominated without pany by the railroad commission 000 of other notes overdue.
The plan provides that both lots ment can best help the farmer
the improvements will be started
....... Alfred Johnson. Jr. will be kept within Hampton Roads, opposition, and they selected Champ
............... T. M. Dimmick while tl e foreign visitors are in Clark as a certainly for the Demo shortly . — -Marshfield Record.
In a Western town the attorney
. T. J. Thrift
maturing in seven years.
By co-opersting with his neigh-
for the gas company was making a
School 8upt. ........ Raymond E. Raker that section.
The new United States submarine the (act $5,000,000 of first mort- bor the farmer can learn new meth-
............. C. F. McCnllock
plans assume that President Wilson
G O E T H A L S IS U N A F R A ID
speech. ’ Think cf the good the
F. E. Wilson ,
which is almost completed will be gages
_ sinking fund bond of 1912 of.ods of culture and the interchange
gas company has done!” he cried.
. Dr. Walter Culin | There is no longer any need of
the perfection in submarines. It which $112,500 matured February of ideas will benefit both,
"If I were permitted a pun, T would
asking in timid tones: "What could tion, and that the Republicans will will be able to stay submerged 100 I, has been requested by the Pool
The nation’s menu wust he made
in the words of the immortal
¡ I Societies will get the very best |U we do if the Japs or some other
days without danger to the crew, bondholders protective committee up from the fields, pastures, or-J
meddling loreigners attacked the two forces will go to the mat along and can travel 125 miles beneath and $4,700,000 bonds have been de- chards and gardens, and to farm in- j poet, ‘ Honor the Light Brigade.’ ”
Whereupon a shrill voice cam;
P R 1IVTING
Panama Canal?” General Goethals these lines. Quite conveniently the ,
the rear: “ Oh, what a charge
J J at the office of Coquille Herald ||j has it all prepared, and bis answer “ fixers” forgot Colonel Roosevelt,
they made!” — Current Events.
maturity of these bonds to give the what is needed.
coming to the top.— Ex.
would be to blow the whole "ca-
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CITY DIRECTORY FROM THF NATIONAL CAPITAL
FIRST NATIONAL CORN SHOK NOK
boodle” out of the waters. The
Panama Canal is said to he the best |
Fraternal and Benevolent Order
protected spot on earth; while’ the
F, & A. M.—Regular meeting ol Events of Interest Reported other couutrieg of the world have
. Chadwick Lodge No. OH A. F. A A.
For The Herald
been wondering how to handle; Mammoth Display to be Held in December to Show Pro-
M.. at Masonic Hall, every Saiuiday
night in each month on or before the
] their problems of offense and de
gress Made in Minnesota, North and South Dakota
D. D. I’ ikkck , W . M.
(By J. E. Jones.)
fense, Goethals has placed the big-
Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon
H. H. M ast , SecrotaW.
: yes*, and best guns that Uncle Sam
R E A L L Y BI G MEN
K. 8.—Reguiar meeting of Heulah
I ever made iu position at the two
. Chapter No. U, second and fourth
T H E R A C K E T W ITH T H E RIGGS
As announced on Feb. 17 the displaying the finest collection of
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma-
, ends of the canal. The worry at
Hirst National Bank of St Paul 1s ten eats of any variety of corn
The Riggs National Bank is the
Panama is caused by land slides,
M aby A. P ikkck , W. M.
now sending out full information to grown within each district. The
biggest corporate institution in
A nna L awkknck hec.,
which may continue for three or
all the bankers in the Northwest second prize will consist of golden
Washington. It is associated with
| four years, but which will finally
O. O. F.— Coquille Lodge No. 53,1. O.
relative to the big "First National" bronz cups.
. O. F., meets every Saturday mglit the National City Bank of New i subside.
In line with James J. Hill’s well
n Odd Fellows Hall.
Corn Show, to be held under the
York, which is sometimes called
H. B. M oohk , N. O.
stntimems teg irding the
auspices ot the First National Bank
the “ Standard Oil Tlank ”
J. 8. L awkencb , Sec.
importance ol the part taken by far
When Horace Greeley edited the
A\liK KKUEK a H 1.01)0 E, N o . 20
mers’ sons in the development of
I. O. O. F., meets every second and regarded as a sort of advisory insti New York Tribune he gave his fa 3 « . ' 915 -
fourth Wednesday nights fnOdd Fellows tution for the Sectetaiies of the
The show will be an open compe farm lands in the Northwest, a
mous advice to young men to go
E lua anokbson , N. G,
Treasury and the Controller of the west. The Tribune has uever lost tition lor Minnesota, North and special feature of the show will be
A nnib L awkknck , Sec.
the Eoys’ Corn Raising Competi
T o Q D ILLE ENCAMPMENT, No. 25 Currency. For a year or more the any of the dignity given it by its South Dakota, Montana. Washing
O I. O. O. F.,•meets the firstaud third Treasury and the Riggs have not famous editor. Its managers have ton, Oregon and Idaho. The st tes tion
Farmer boys ftom each district in
Thursday nights in Oild Fellows Hall.
,beeu on good terms. The Riggs selected a director for one of the will not compete with each other
J. 8. B abton , C. ? .
states named will be awarded
J . S .L awbbncb , Sec.
Bank claims that it has been per- greatest campaigns ever undertaken but the entire territory is divided
lor first prize the same valuable
t o n i g h t s o f p v t h i a « . —l.ycurgus stented, and it is so strong that it by an American newspaper; and
silver cups as are offered the adult
PS. Lodge No. 72. meets Tuesday nights takes its grievances into the Feder
they have chosen C. E I.aVigne being confiued to districts.
exhibitor. The secoad prize wil
in \V. O. W. Hall.
, „ 0
al court. The bank also issued de a former Wisconsin man, for that following is the manner in which
R. R. W atson , K R. S.
consist of handsome golden bronze
O. A. M intonvk , C. C.
tailed statements to the press. The important post
Mr. LaVEne for
cups beautifully engraved
I jY T H IA N SISTERS—Justus Temple Riggs points out as one of its caus a year or more has been engaged in
Minnesota ______6 districts
There will be sent out to all bank
1 No. 35, meets first and Third Mon
es (or complaint, the withdrawal of making an analysis of the question
North D akota____6 districts
ers throughout the states uamed
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
Mss. G kobub D avis , M. E. C. two and a half million dollars ol as to the rights of manufacturers,
. .6 districts
printed matter giving detailed in
M bs . F bkd L inegab , K. of R
deposits by the United States im- j to fix re-sale prices. He has inves-
formation regarding the terms and
ED MEN— Coauille Tribe No, 40, 1. mediately follow.ng the outbreak < tigated not only the manufacturers,
Washington_____ 3 districts
conditions of the contest.
O. R. M „ meets every Friday night
ot the European war. It cites as a but has gone thoroughly into the
i n VV. O. W. Hall.
I the local bankers will place in the
J. 8. B abton , Sachem.
fur'her instance of persecution the j methods of wholesalers, tetailers,
I d a h o _________ I district
] hands of farmers in their district
A. P. M ili . br , C. o( R.
refusal ol the Treasury officials to j department stores, mail order cou-
The geographical divisions for who desire to compete. Full par-
W. A. -R egular meetings of Bea-
• ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W.^ A. approve the Riggs as a reserve | poDs and other industries. As the the two districts in Oregon are as Oculars regarding tbis mammoth
Hall, Front street, first ami third Sat bank. As this is the first time that ' result of successful work it has fol- lollows;
Corn Show and the prize competí-
urdays in each month.
any banking institution bas ever lowed— as it often does, that private
District No. 1 Counties ol Hood tjon can ¡je procured from any local
C. D. H udson , C odsu I.
L. H. I kvinb , Clerk.
bad the nerve to go into court .enterprise has made known its will- River, Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam, j banker in the states named.
purpose of attempting ingness to pay a salary commeusu- M o r r o w , Umatilla;Union, Wallowa, I "CORN AND C A T T L E CON-
N, A.— Regular meeting of Laurel for the
. amp No. 2972 at M. W . A . Hall, to regulate the Treasury depart
Fronti street, second and fourth Tues
ment of the United States, the in
day n gilts in eacli month.
M ahy K krn , Oracle.
terest in banking and financial cir
L aura B bandon , Rec.
cles has been inteust.
O. W .—Myrtlo amp No. 197,
• meets every Wednesday at 7:30 has the "strength of Gibraltar" and
if it proves its case, the Administra
p. m. at W. O. W . Hall.
Lee Currie, C. C.
tton can do uothing less than order
J ohn L knevk , Sec.
a shake up iu the Treasury depart
y V E NIN (t T11) E CIRCLE No. 214,
L . meets second and fourth Monday ment.
BAKING BREAD FOR ENGLISH SOLDIERS.